Update 08/11/2022 8:22pm:
Video has been released from the Marshawn Lynch DUI arrest in Las Vegas showing the former NFL star being forcibly removed from his vehicle by LVMPD. He was seen being pulled from his vehicle by the hood on his sweatshirt before being thrown to the ground. After a brief scuffle to subdue Lynch, one officer can be heard saying, "Roll over. Hands behind your back. No more games today."
Update 08/10/2022 4:04pm:
Less than 24 hours after being arrested by the LVMPD for driving under the influence in Las Vegas, more evidence has surfaced regarding the incident involving former Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch.
According to reports, the 2020 Shelby GT500 that he was operating at the time of the traffic stop was practically undrivable. Photos obtained by TMZ Sports display the car's front left wheel with a damaged rim and no tire. The iconic Seattle Seahawks running back reportedly left a trail of damage behind him, on the sidewalk and nearby curbs, before pulling his vehicle over around 5:30am.
This incident marks the second high-profile DUI arrest of an ex-NFL player in less than a year. Last November, Henry Ruggs III of the Las Vegas Raiders was arrested for DUI and reckless driving. Lynch is due in court regarding the aforementioned incident this December.
Original 08/09/2022 5:53pm:
Former Super Bowl champion Marshawn Lynch was arrested on Tuesday, for drunk driving, after being pulled over by police in near the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada. The LVMPD apprehended the 36-year-old around 7:25 am on Fairfield Avenue and West Utah Avenue because the five-time Pro Bowl running back was allegedly swerving his vehicle into curbs on the roadside before coming to a traffic stop.
"Through the course of the investigation, officers determined that Lynch was impaired and conducted an arrest," LVMPD said. "Lynch was transported to the Las Vegas City Jail and booked for driving under the influence."
Lynch played his last NFL game for the Seattle Seahawks back in 2019. He currently ranks 29th amongst the NFL's all-time leading rushers. There is no word yet on whether or not the LVMD will levy more charges against the former NFL running back.